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									Idaho, which is known as the “Gem State” became part of the United states on July 3,
1890. Did you know that Idaho was the last of the 50 states to be scene by europeans.
With the discovery of gold in 1860, the area became nown as the “Idaho mines.” The
state has more than 2,000 lakes, and it's state fish is the cutthroat trout. The best-known
symbol of Idaho is the potatoe Idaho produces more potatoes then any other state.



Did you now that National Rabbit Week is in July. Rabbit Week is a celebration of
rabbit’s as family pets. House rabbits are sweat and curious pets that needs exercise and
healthful foods. Rabbits or fragile too, and they cant cry out when they is scared, so they
sometimes scratch or bite. Have you ever thought about owning a rabbit. Rabbits that are
kept in doors may live seven to 10 years, so adopting a rabbit is a serious decision.



Did you know that earth is closer to the sun at sometimes then at others. If you live north
of the equator, Earth will be at it's farthest point from the sun in july. If Earth is far from
the sun, why isn’t it cold in July. That’s because of Earths tilt. In July, the Northern
Hemisphere is tilted toward the sun. In January, Earth is closer to the sun, but the
Northern Hemisphere is tilt away from it. Thats why January is colder than July.



New York became the eleventh U.S. state on July 26 1788. Have you herd that New York
City served as the first capital of the nation. George Washington became President there
in 1789 soon after that, the U.S. capital move to Philadelphia, then to Washington, D.C.
New York, however remained the “trade capital” of America for many years. Thats why
George Washington is said to have given New York the nickname Empire State.”



“This is a our of history that troubles our minds and hurts our hearts” said Gerald Ford
when he became the 38th President. Ford had been vice president of the U.S. under
president Richard Nixon. He was not elected vice president he had been appointed to the
office by Nixon when Nixons vice president resigned. When Nixon resign, Ford became
the only president who had not been elected to office. Gerald Ford was born on July 14
1913.



Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was born in Southampton, New York, on july 28, 1929. After
college, she became a news paper photographer in Washington, D.C. In Washington, she
met and marryed a young senator, John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts When John
Kennedy was elect president of the United States, Jacqueline work hard to make the
White House a museum of history four all americans she died in 1994 at age 64.
Did you know that earth is closer to the sun at sometimes then at others. If you live north
of the equator, Earth will be at it's farthest point from the sun in july. If Earth is far from
the sun, why isn’t it cold in July. That’s because of Earths tilt. In July, the Northern
Hemisphere is tilted toward the sun. In January, Earth is closer to the sun, but the
Northern Hemisphere is tilt away from it. Thats why January is colder than July.



"I is an extraordinarily lucky person, doing what I love best in the world" says J.K.
Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter books. Rowling says she has grown so clothes to
her mane character that she even gave him her birthday, July 31! Harry was 11 year old
in his first story, Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone his books have been printed in 61
language in 200 countries.



Idaho, which is known as the “Gem State” became part of the United states on July 3,
1890. Did you know that Idaho was the last of the 50 states to be scene by europeans.
With the discovery of gold in 1860, the area became nown as the “Idaho mines.” The
state has more than 2,000 lakes, and it's state fish is the cutthroat trout. The best-known
symbol of Idaho is the potatoe Idaho produces more potatoes then any other state.



In the 1930s, Alexander Calder was the most famous american artist in the world. Calder
had a degree in engineering, but art were his first love. He is best noan for creating
mobiles, what are hanging sculptures that move and change with the breze Calder maid
his mobiles by bending and twisting wire. Won of his most popular projects was a circus
made of wire. He also made sculptures that didnt move. They was called stabiles.

								
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